Rocket Languages Member Reviews
Read all about how Rocket Languages online language learning courses have helped our members on their quest to learn a language!
It's a well organized website with interesting features that helped making learning more fun and interesting. I can say that the content is suitable for anyone looking to learn about japanease culture and language. The excercises are also good so learners must take their time practicing if they want to improve their mastery level.
Rocket Spanish — Pomy , Switzerland
The training is very good with practical everyday phrases to learn and repeat whenever I have the time.
The voice recognition in the "hear it, say it" becomes either deaf or impaired of hearing even though the answers are correct, as the software refuses to recognise my pronunciation.
Rocket German — dundee , United Kingdom
An interesting language program but has problems playing in the company's recommended browser " Chrome ", keeps crashing used different laptops using Windows 7, Vista, and Windows 10 whilst using " Chrome ". Ended up doing a lot of work on a laptop running Windows XP using
" Firefox " avoiding " Chrome " as the system is too ancient for " Google " developers of " Chrome ". The constant crashes of " Chrome " disheartened me , after doing the same work three times run out of free time to get the 400 points that is recommended for daily target. That said if the constant crashes are eliminated then it is a good program.
Rocket Spanish — University Place/WA
I have just begun using this product. I currently use RosettaStone and Fluencia and other online products, some of which are very good. It is too soon to make comparisons. I recognize it is premature to write an accurate review.
Rocket Japanese — United States
I had actually done the Rocket Spanish and I was a bit disappointed with Rocket Japanese. I do not feel that there are enough lessons to get an understanding of the material. I also do not feel that verbs were covered enough.
Rocket Russian — Birmingham , United Kingdom
Although I like the system employed, and it is certainly better than the so called market leader, there are some elements which could be improved.
The most frustrating thing for me is the translation facility which is sooooooo slow. How much better it would be if the translation could be downloaded somehow instead of relying on a live connection. The other obvious point is that it is not possible to use Rocket Language if there is no internet connection
Rocket Japanese — Karnataka
Hi, Learning from Rocket Japanese is easy and fast and one gets to know the real feel also because of the conversations. However, as you can understand that any study without aim is worthless. I would suggest that you add more study material which is matchable to the quality of questions to the JLPT levels. This will convince more and more users to join your course and also give a benchmark for them to rate them against a real life test or hurdle.
Rocket German — Chennai
Rocket Language course for German Language study is really useful and one can attend to the course at his or her timings. One aspect that is of highly appreciative isthat what is required of one to go over to a Language Lab all theway is easily reachable at our home and at our study desk. At any time of the day or night , I can just open my Computer and listen to and respond to through interactive audio lessons. Thats awesome and I like it.
Rocket Chinese — MS , United States
Not as structured as I'd like. Some of the lessons seem unnecessary, as I wouldn't use them in everyday life. I have previously used Pimsleur but thought this was a better deal. I prefer the lessons with the interactive audio kind of like Pimsleur. the other lessons aren't super helpful, but I guess they are nice to have... I wish there was more repetition of phrases instead of single words. Interface on both app and browser are outdated and could use some major updates (especially the app). Kinda buggy, but that is forgiven. I also use the hellochinese app, and it is great. Might go back to Pimsleur if it wasn't so overpriced.
Rocket French — Houston, TX
Product has been pretty good up to now. But I am working on lessons regarding numbers. Rather than focusing on teaching numbers (many of which are new words), numerous other concepts, vocabulary and long sentences are thrown in that distract from the main lesson. If you're going to focus on "there is" (il y a) then make it a separate lesson, and don't throw a bunch of new vocabulary in at the same time. And don't have three different speakers on the same lesson. All very confusing and frustrating.